The Social Gradient in Musculoskeletal Health – Dr Sharon Lee Brennan-Olsen, The University of Melbourne

health and medicine

Disease is as much a social and economic phenomenon as a biological one. Dr Sharon Brennan-Olsen and her team at the University of Melbourne, and the Australian Institute for Musculoskeletal Science (AIMSS), are investigating musculoskeletal disorders as a socioeconomic-related health outcome.

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